Nick (Cary Grant) and Terry (Deborah Kerr) get shipboard letters from their two betrothed mates, and discuss their prospects, in Leo McCarey's An Affair to Remember, 1957.
In the South, peddler marries school teacher and then starts on a whirlwind rise politically, using hysteria among cotton pickers and small-town folk as his device. His rise is halted when his crooked goings-on are exposed. Based on the novel by Adria Locke Langley.
A Double Life movie trailer - starring Shelley Winters, Edmond O'Brien, Ray Collins, Ronald Colman, Whit Bissell, Signe Hasso. Directed by George Cukor. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
The Mcconnell Story movie trailer - starring Alan Ladd, June Allyson, James Whitmore, Frank Faylen, Robert Ellis. Directed by Gordon M. Douglas. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A swimming-pool salesman gets mixed up with beauty queens and body builders in Don't Make Waves (1967) starring Tony Curtis & Claudia Cardinale.
Just introduced as nerd Edwin, in the first of many films in which he played double roles, Danny Kaye hearing weird echoes of his just-murdered showman twin brother, with friendly librarian Ellen (Virginia Mayo) and needy socialite Mrs. Hume (Natalie Schafer), in Wonder Man, 1945.
Joining the first composition by the star's wife Sylvia Fine, from the second Danny Kaye feature, he's night club performer 'Buzzy,' with Vera-Ellen his partner and love interest, from Samuel Goldwyn's Wonder Man, 1946, also starring Virginia Mayo.
A girl's search for her missing sister puts her in conflict with a band of satanists in The Seventh Victim (1943) starring Kim Hunter.
Newlyweds Hank (James Cagney) and Verity (Barbara Hale) Martin on a selling trip back in his home-turf swamp country, greeted by old friends the Lefebvres (Lon Chaney Jr., Sara Haden) and their blossoming daughter Flamingo (Anne Francis), who freaks out, in A Lion Is In The Streets, 1953.
Unknown to the night club audience, it's really nerdy Edwin (Danny Kaye), possessed by the spirit of his murdered-showman brother, doing an allergic Russian baritone gag, all for a number by the star's wife Sylvia Fine, in Wonder Man, 1946.
Shrink Judd (Tom Conway) leads lawyer and husband Ward (Hugh Beaumont), with younger sister Mary (Kim Hunter), to where his frightened patient Jacqueline (Jean Brooks, her first appearance), has been hiding, her reasons still not clear, in The Seventh Victim, 1943, from producer Val Lewton.
Snoopy schoolgirl Mary (Kim Hunter), come to New York to find her disappeared sister, is outpacing nervous detective August (Lou Lubin), in The Seventh Victim, 1943, from producer Val Lewton and director Mark Robson.
Following credits, we are introduced to boarding school girl Mary (Kim Hunter), supervisors Lowood (Tola Nesmith) and Gilchrist (Eve March), and a bad situation, in The Seventh Victim, 1943, from producer Val Lewton and director Mark Robson.
Whale Wars: Season 4: Episode 1 -- The Sea Shepherds depart on campaign with a new vessel in their fleet, The Gojira. Early on, they find two of the harpoon ships in the whaling fleet before they've killed a single whale. They are now set up for their most successful campaign ever.
Moon Pilot -- An Air Force captain inadvertently volunteers to make the first manned flight around the moon. He immediately falls under the watchful protection of various security agencies...
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